Summary of Kate Winkler Dawson's American Sherlock

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#1 The Lamsons’ house was located on Stanford University’s prestigious Faculty Row in Palo Alto. The city had attracted many wealthy and educated people since the 1920s.

#2 Allene Thorpe Lamson was a graduate student at Stanford University. She had been married just a few years when she met David Lamson, the charismatic editor in chief for a popular humor magazine, the Stanford Chaparral. They shared many interests, and were married just a few years later.

#3 In 1933, David was the sales manager of the Stanford University Press, the prestigious publishing house. Allene was an assistant executive secretary with the YWCA, which was more of a job than a calling. The position didn’t tap the skills she had earned from her two degrees.

#4 Allene was able to sleep through the night, but she was still feeling sick in the morning. She had a hot bath, and when she got out, her husband was there to help her get dressed. Suddenly, the light in the bathroom went out, and Allene collapsed.

Publication date
June 13, 2022
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